The Economic Impact of Obesity

Apr 29, 2014 No Comments by

Unequal access to healthy foods, given the rising cost of whole, unprocessed products in the United States, lends to the greater availability and proliferation of unhealthy, processed foods high in saturated fats and high-fructose corn syrup. Over two-thirds of American adults are classified as obese, which is unsurprising considering the fast food culture that pervades […]

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What’s For Lunch?

Apr 25, 2014 No Comments by

Eating fast and processed food may not contribute to maintaining a healthy diet. But with work and busy schedules, many people do not have time to think about what they put into their bodies. Convenience is key when picking out what to eat for the day, but where does health fit in? Click to read more.

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Interview with Meaghan Rosen of the Friendship Donation Network

Apr 19, 2014 No Comments by
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Transitioning to Better Eating

Apr 03, 2014 No Comments

Change is scary. As humans, it’s natural to want to simply maintain the status quo and continue on. We like what we eat because we eat what we like, but when that needs to change, it doesn’t need to be as scary as it seems. Consistency over speed Perhaps the most important aspect of shifting […]

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